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Here, among flowers and plants, in this "special corner" of Florence, you will surely find what you are looking for: a romantic composition, a "personalized" decoration for your wedding, a special bouquet, a traditional bundle, a modern and stylized creation, a composition for the last farewell to a loved one.
Colourful bouquet with orange and white buttercups, fuchsia peonies and white avalanche...
Colourful bouquet with orange and white buttercups, fuchsia peonies and white avalanche roses. Finished with elegant green. The bouquet is finished with plain teal coloured paper. 45.00-60.00 Euros
Discover our selection of seeds
PERENNIAL : Height: 30 cm ( 12 in.). USE: pots. SOWING: mid/late summer. FLOWERING: late summer/winter according to date sown. Sow in boxes in a mixture of leaf mold and heath mold. Prick out during winter, keep the plants in a hothouse or in a heated verandah. In spring transplant in 12 cm (5 in) pot, keep in semi-shade in summer.
Ipomea Rubro Cerulea
Annual. Height: 5 m ( 16 ft.). Use: climbing plant. Sowing: all spring. Flowering: summer to autumn. Late spring sows straight in the garden 2 cm ( 3/4 in.) deep. Early spring: sow 3 to 5 seeds per pot, place undercover, then transplant 40 cm ( 16 in.) apart, without breaking the clod. Stakeout if necessary
Originally from Iran, it has become, well-acclimatized in the Mediterranean, basin, where in the middle, ages it was considered Kingìs food. It is grown at a domestic level in houses hydroponically, or in a domestic kitchen garden where it grows rapidly. It can be used as fresh food for hours-dìoeuvres or in salads. It has depurative, antispasmodic, and...
Typically the Mediterranean, it was in former times grown in Tuscany. Its fruits ( acini ) are used from which is extracted by steaming an essence with a characteristic odor. The essence has antispasmodic, carminative ( expulsion of intestinal gas ), and expectorating features. It is suitable for light nervous ailments and for the affection of the...
It is typical of the Maremma coast, characterized by clayey, brackish, and swampy grounds. The tops of the very small flowers, which look like seeds, are to be harvested before the withering. It is used little as a seasoning, it has vermifuge and healing features. NEVER ADMINISTER PREPARATIONS TO CHILDREN. For external use, it is an excellent cicatrizing...
Basil of Tuscany
Originally from Africa and India, it has acclimatized itself in the Mediterranean basin and is widely grown in gardens. In Tuscany, it is traditional to grow it also in the city in vases or bowls. It is very useful in the kitchen as a seasoning and is used fresh. It has sedative ( calm and regulates the nervous suitable for activity ) antispasmodic ( acts...
Artichoke of Tuscany
A pluriennal plant, 60/100 cm. in height, it requires a mild winter climate. SOWING: use of the seed preserves the variety. It is sown from the 2nd to the 3rd month in full soil, fromthe 3rd month of the winter to the 1st month of spring in a seedbed, followed by transplanting in autumn. It requires abundant watering. TUSCANY HERB
Naturalized in the Mediterranean basin, it is a wild plant diffused in Tuscany in clayey grounds. Only the fresh fruits are harvested to season game and cooked meat, or as a food, masking one's breath. It has intoxicating ( stimulates vascular movement ), exciting, carminative, antiseptic and anti-hysterical properties. It is advised for statuses of...
A plant originally from the Nordic countries, does not fear the cold and has acclimatized in the Mediterranean. Its leaves are used in flavour salads or food. It has cardiotonic ( it reinforces, slows down and regulates heartbeats ), antiseptic, and hypoglycemic ( lowers the quantity of glucose, in the blood ) properties. It is preferable to onion for...
Originally from the Mediterranean, it is frequently found in hot-humid grounds along country paths. Mainly the seeds are used to flavour boiled chestnuts, the ìfinocchionai ( typical Tuscany salami ) and olives. When drank as a tea it has diuretic properties ( it favours purification of the blood ) and spasmolytic, carminative and expectorating...